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Synonyms for course

Synonyms for course

a method used in dealing with something

a number of things placed or occurring one after the other

the compass direction in which a ship or an aircraft moves

to move freely as a liquid

Synonyms for course

a connected series of events or actions or developments


general line of orientation


Related Words

a line or route along which something travels or moves

a body of students who are taught together

(construction) a layer of masonry

facility consisting of a circumscribed area of land or water laid out for a sport

hunt with hounds

as might be expected

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Mr Kilfoyle should give the peace process in this unsavoury little war the chance to run its course
By opting to allow the boom to run its course, Greenspan gave license to risk-taking entrepreneurs to drive U.
After the bloom had run its course, the phytoplankton's rapid decomposition robbed the water of its dissolved oxygen.
The extreme greens argued that allowing forest to burn out of control was allowing nature to run its course.
Because the village is one large, extended family, these visits can number a dozen before the evening has run its course.
If Florida's manual recount had been permitted to run its course, the nation would have faced a constitutional crisis once seven Justices later concluded such counting had been unconstitutional.
The spirit of the March 10 joint letter was to put into place a process for resolving issues related to loan-loss allowances going forward, and permit the agencies to work together in this process to resolve allowance matters and avoid significant changes in methodology that would encourage a decline in allowances before this process had run its course.
The second novel approach really grows out of the first, since it consists of stressing the magnitude of the Catholic recovery at the middle and end of the century, when the Protestant Reformation had run its course and become a movement bent on trying to defend what it had conquered, usually in futility.
You want the world to know your company exists and word-of-mouth publicity has run its course.
The creditors must then wait for the bankruptcy process to run its course in order to find out what funds are available and the likely percentage of payment relative to what is owed.
By the time the first-act set of his ``Improvography II'' has run its course, the pale green shirt that began the night has darkened to almost an avocado shade.